We offer classes for ages 4 and up. A nursery is provided for children under 4 years old. Classes meet from 9:30 – 10:15 am.
Young Children (4-9 years old)
This class presents basic Bible knowledge in creative ways. We use Children’s Ministry International, a well-regarded Sunday School program from Atlanta, GA. Presently, the children are learning ____________. Come join the group!
Tween (10-15 years old)
This class focuses on intermediate Bible knowledge involving both instruction and interaction. Presently, the children are learning how to read the various types of literature found in the Bible. Come learn with us.
Adult (16 years old and up)
This class focuses on mature topics, both Biblical and doctrinal. Past topics include creeds and councils, worship, sacraments, and church government. Presently the class is doing an interactive study of church health using From Embers to a Flame by Harry Reeder. Come join in the discussion.
The service begins at 10:30 am and lasts approximately 75 minutes. It’s the time for the whole church family to worship God together. Worship begins with God calling us into his presence and ends with his blessing as we leave to serve. In between, we participate in a “dialogue” or conversation between God and his people. God speaks through the reading and preaching of the Bible and the administration of the sacraments. We, in turn, respond in our praying, singing, and giving.
Preaching is the central part of our worship service. Sermon series usually tackle Biblical books, but sometimes focus on important Biblical topics. Preaching at our church involve three things: (1) explaining the text that’s read, (2) showing how the text speaks about Christ, and (3) applying the text to those who are listening.
The Lord’s Supper is celebrated weekly because we believe that word and sacrament go together for the benefit of God’s people. Anyone may who believes the gospel, has been baptized, is a member of a Bible believing church, and desires to live a holy life may participate in the sacrament.
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Besides learning about the Bible and worshipping the Lord, we believe that fellowship is important in growing together as members of God’s household. After the end of worship, we go over to the school building for a time of coffee and conversation. The first Sunday of every month, we eat lunch together and grow in our relationships. Some Sunday evenings, we also gather together to do things like make pizzas, play games, sing hymns, and pray together. Visitors are always welcome.